$2.9 Million Dollar Lottery Ticket Sold in Connecticut
We're only a week and a half into the New Year and already Connecticut has its latest millionaire.
So far it's been a very lucky year for one Connecticut resident. One ticket for Tuesday, (January 11) lotto jackpot was sold in Connecticut, and the lucky winner now gets to pocket $2.9 million dollars.
The lucky winning ticket was sold at A1 Quick and Easy on the Boston Post Road in Waterford. The lucky numbers that hit were 4-14-21-22-24-25, and the payout was worth millions.
So far, no winner has come forward to claim the jackpot, but whoever that winner may be has 180 days to claim their money. By the way, the store that sold the winning ticket will also receive some cash. The commission on a ticket like that will pay the proprietor a cool $10,000.
When it comes to lucky winners in Connecticut, according to ctlottery.org, the last time the state had a big Powerball winner was back in June of 2012 when a Seymour resident nailed the big grand prize of $60 million dollars. The largest Powerball Jackpot winner ever in the state was back in November of 2011 when a Greenwich resident scored a $254 Million Dollar jackpot.
Here some of the other local Greater Danbury area winners so far in 2022.
On January 6, David Delia of Newtown picked up a $20,000 Cash Flurry ticket. On the same day, January 6, Hanton Guerrero of Danbury won $15,000 on a Play 4 Night ticket purchased at Stop and Shop in Danbury.
Late in December of 2021 John Reilly stopped into Mill Plain Exxon in Danbury, picked up a 30X Cash 8th Edition, and took home $10,000, also Eduardo Marques De Oliveira of Danbury won $10,000 on a $100,000 Cashword 11 ticket he bought at White Street Getty, and Mario Fragomeli of Danbury won $16,263 on a Play 4 Night ticket purchased at Jimmy's Market in Danbury.